American Made Movie


American Made Movie

American Made Movie

Vincent Vittorio founded Life Is My Movie Entertainment as an avenue for film and television ventures. In his work, Vittorio utilizes non-fictions cinema to empower people through knowledge in hopes the awareness will lead to action. Struck by the growing popularity of the organic label being demanded by grocery consumers, Vittorio thought back to the Made-In-USA label and his wife’s family, which had worked in the auto-industry outside Detroit. Vittorio saw the opportunity of creating change through the production of economy, as the demand more American made products. A graduate of the University of Florida, Vittorio earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism with an emphasis in Telecommunication Production as well as a Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in Film and Media Studies. In addition, Vittorio has completed coursework at Savannah College of Art and Design and Spalding University in Film and Television Production and Screenwriting, respectively. Vittorio operates out of Life Is My Movie Entertainment’s office in Los Angeles, California and lives with his wife, Jessica, son Lucca, and daughters Abrianna and Giuliana.

Christopher L. Harvey is Life Is My Movie Entertainment’s systems architect. He is responsible for nearly all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the company, including maintaining and building lasting strategic relationships, establishment and implementation of systems and processes, and forging creative synergies necessary to shape LIMM into a leading documentary studio. Christopher’s work spans all departments and he believes laser focus, superlative creativity, powerful relationships, and dedication to efficiency are paramount to impacting the world in the greatest possible manner. Christopher formally joined Life Is My Movie in 2011 as Assistant Director for American Made Movie. He has since helped produce several projects as well as developed the company’s platform and pipeline for educational sales and distribution, a callback to his previous career as a public high school teacher. During his seven years in the classroom, he earned his National Board Certification, was elected to help design and implement district-wide curriculum, and completed postgraduate coursework for STEM education through a NASA Endeavor Fellowship. A graduate of the Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida, Christopher and his wife reside in Jacksonville, Florida. They share a passion for travel, reading, and outdoor activities including fishing, kayaking, surfing and horseback riding. He is passionate about LIMM’s ability to impact the world through its commitment to storytelling via the documentary medium.

American Made Movie is a documentary film examining the factors contributing to the decline of the American manufacturing workforce and the integral role consumerism may play in getting the economy back on track. The movie looks back on the glory days of U.S. manufacturing when there was a more balanced relationship between the goods produced and the goods consumed. The film also illustrates the how the impact of technology and globalization has transformed the competitive landscape for companies doing business in America, as well as overseas.

By revealing the successes of companies that have prospered without adopting the practices of their competitors, American Made Movie shows the positive impact manufacturing jobs have on national and local economies, aiding them in the face of great challenges. The livelihood of our country depends on understanding how we can maintain the American Dream while competing in a global economy.

Schedule:
March 8, 2016: Center for Performing Arts Bonita Springs, Bonita Springs, FL
March 9, 2016: Halloran Centre at the Orpheum Theatre, Memphis, TN
March 10, 2016: Burrow Center Recital Hall, Hanceville, AL
March 11, 2016: Ritz Theatre, Sheffield, AL
March 15, 2016: Batte Center, Wingate University, Wingate, NC
March 16, 2016: Trojan Center Theatre, Troy University, Troy, AL
March 17, 2016: Rector Little Theatre, Union College, Barbourville, KY
March 18, 2016: Hapeville Historic Christ Church & Carriage House, Hapeville, GA